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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1909)
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CURE THAT COUGH WITH
BluevM0untajn Cong fa Remedy
The old reUableCure. j Every BplUe Guaranteed
J LOCAL .TSMS,
Fred Gaylord has returned to bis
borne in Joseph after transacting
business In this city.
C. M. Lockwood, the Enterprise at
torney and the United States commi
ssioner in that vicinity, was In the
.the city last night on his way to the
Garden City, Walla Walla.
Mrs. J. H. Handrahan and little
daughter Lillian Lenoar arrived home
from Portland yesterday morning and
are located at the present at the Ho
L. C. Smith, the Ford Automobile
'Agent, "retiuVned home today from
Portland where he attended the au
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Van Buren, who
are attending the automobile how in
Pnrtiond and vlsltlne with relatives
and friends In that city, will arrive f
H. D. Spencer the Elgin lumber
man was a Sunday visitor.
F. E. Smith of the G. M. S. Co.,
was In the city yesterday.
Geo. L. Trumbley of Oakesdale,
Washington,' is here looking over the
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wiley of Wal
lowa came in on -the Saturday af
The many friends of George Ball
will be pleased to learn that he is
somewhat better today and hopes are
entertained of his recovery. Mr. Ball
has been and Is a very sick man.
Arleigh Russell, a prominent young
man of Elgin, spent Sundey here with
Logan Gibson was among the El
gin boys who remained In La Grande
Allen Webb left this morning on a
hurried business trip t- Boise, ex
pecting to return Wednesday. t
C. E. Porter, district superintend
ent' of the Vaclflc States Telephone
Co., was a passenger on the morning
train en route to Baker City, his
home. He had been attending a meet
ing of the District Superintendent's
of the Company.
H. L. Baughman, of Joseph, a
stockman of Wallowa county, ls In
A young Man named Wade came
down from Meacham on the morning
train to have his leg dresses,' the
wound being caused by the discharge
of a 22 rifle In the hands of a friend.
The bullet passed through the calf
ot the leg. No scricas ro?' .
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Evans called
at the Observer today and desired an
expression of thanks published in ap
preciation of the many acts of kind
ness of their neighbors, after their
home was destroyed by fire a few
Mrs. C. A. Vurpllat and daughter,
May Fan, are visiting" with relatives
and friends in Portlnad this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Oliver who have
been visiting at the L. H.' Russell
home In South La Grande for the past
several days, have returned to their
home In Union.
George Erlckson the drug clerk at
the Newlin Drug Company, returned
last evening after spending Sunday
with friends at Baker City.
Mrs. L. Smith leaves for Portland
some time in the near future to pur
chase her spring millinery stock. ,
Miss Bertha Berger has returned
from Hot Lake, where she has been
on account of her health for the past
H. J. RItter the photographer who
has been in Portland for the past
week arrived home last evening.
Mrs. Grace McNlsh and son Samuel
Deane leave Wednesday to visit a
fpw Aura in Wallowa with Mr. and
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Dr. IV. D. mCmlllBm
La Grande National Bank Bldg.
Mrs. O. 8. Wigglesworth, before re
turning to their home In Little Rock,
Rev. W. H. Gibson returned home
last evening from North Powder,
where he has closed a series of suc
cessful evangelistic meetings. Rev.
Gibson will remain with his family
in this city until Thursday morning,
when he expects to leave for Burns
where he will hold services for a
Mrs.' William Hall left today for
points in Washington to visit friends
and from there she goes to Portland
to Join her husband.
Edwin C. Heath, the carrier for
city mall delivery In South La Grande
reports that patronage In South La
Grande Is well pleased with the de-
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make his home on Alder St., in a
DR. M. P. MENDELSSOHN '
. DOCTOR .0$ OPTICS
AT H05 ADAMS AVE. OP
POSITE POST OFFICE.
GLASSES GIVE THE BEST
Do you know that over 90
per cent of the people over
50 years of age cannot see
to read without glasses?
Do you know that most eye
troubles are brought on by
If your eyes are overstrain
ed by overwork-If they have
been irritated by electric
light, you should be fitted
with our SPECIAL BEST
GLASSES, to use when
reading, writing or sewing.
You may not need them to
wear all the time, but Just
the one to rest your eyes
when you are 'demanding
their close attention the
ones to keep them STRONG
The future welfare of your
eyes will depend very large
ly on the CARE you take
of them NOW.
Dr. Mendelsohn's deep
curve lenses gives wider
field, clearer vision, great
er comfort, Improved ap
pearance. ONE CHARGE COVERS
ENTIRE COST OF EXAM
INATION, GLASSES AND
FRAMES . .;
The doctor Is endorsed by
all of the leading oculists of
Portland and all of the phy
slcans of La Grande.
The entire problem lies In
these three words "Rightly
YOUR CASE WILL NOT
and he guarantees satis
faction in every respect
omce nours rrom iu
"d 'rom 1 to 6 B? Bpec-
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lal appointment In the ev-
a. a. .
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
tor ngnt nousezeepiafi. wqclre
Mrs. S. C Zuber, cor. Seventk Street'
ana wasningion Avenua. i-iv-ts
Mlnneapolir.' ;tu.' ot reeKing : to
learn why the government failed to
take up the boycot against the Stand
ard Oil Co.,the Independent Petrole
um makers are preparing to ask for a
I Merchants! Save I
e . in izvi ine mennam?
i ..Oieqon .saved ove
$70,000 'by carrying a part J
of their Insurance in their
own company, the Oregon
c Merchants Mutual Fire fli-'J
surance Association, of J
J Dayfon, Oregon.- In 1908
they will save $15,000
During-the same peritd
their neighbors were hand-
ling over $1,500,000 in
profits to outside companies
In the Oregon Merchants J
; Mutual you get:
INSURANCE AT C0S1
A LIMIT TO YOUR L1ABIL-
t PROMPTSETTLtMENTOF J
t W. OLIVER, Agent
I- 1L. I 1 - .
Kingsley & Cogei
I Shoes Repaired
Two first class workmen. ;:
t AH work turned out with
dispatch and guaranteed. ; ;
THB OLD PRESTOV STAND.
Our re:;iil;ii 2"c per pound Hnes
onr tni make, awsolulrl) inirc,
wc Wukv it uud n v!si( t ur
nianufactiirliiK department mil
convince you. OLR M'CiOEfS
are vren.nfVi the fln'or" tie,
Slraw'ijfy, rliorolat; and Vk
nil?. 'fa'Mi in four flavors.
SEW WRINKLE Try IHs
E. D. Selderl
La Grande' Exclusive Can
PROFESSION 1L DIRECTOR!. 3
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BACON ft HALL.
Physicians and Burgeons.
Offlc lu La Grande National Bank
' "Building. Thone Main 19.
a. T. Bacon. Resldenca, Main II. 1
U. K. HaO. Residence, Main 52.
C. H. UPTON, ph. o. m. a
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention givn to Eye, ,Ear
Nose and Throat
Office In La' Grande National Bank
Dhones: OJlce. Main 2; Residence,
: V,..JW.J. .
J. H. ftWBKRD, M J). ' ; i ;
Physician and Surgeon '
Office ,in Jew Bank Building Rooms
.20-21. tPhones; ResidenceMain
39; Office .79.
' N. MOLITOR, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Corner Adams ae. and Depot bt.
Office Main 68. Residence Main 69
BR. L. H. UNDERWOOD,
At present located In
Dr. Richardson's Offices over nil's
Drag Store. Special attention to dis
eases aid sargery ef the eye. Phone
Black 13C2 Ind 853.
GEO, W. ZIMMERMAN,
Sommer Building Roorrs 7-8-9-10.
Phones, Home IS32, Pacific Main 63.
Residence Phonn, Hlack 951, Bccessor
to Dr. F. E. Mwi
J. C. PRICE. D. M. D.
Room 23, La Grande Rational Bank
Building. . Phon Black 19SL
DR. P. A. CHARLTON.
Omce at Hill's Drug Store, La Grande
Residence Phone Red 701.
Office Phone Black 13 1.
Independent Phone 53.
Both p' - '""Idence.
of all kinds. Country, ca...
answered. Agents for' National
stoct Insurance Association. Portland
Office, 14 Adams avenue.
Phones: Pacific. Black 1901.
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$5.00 . JO
G. E. Tungsten
They have two and a balf times the efficiency of the or
dlnary carbon lamp hlthei ' to In general use. The fila
ment Is made of a rare mo tal called Tungsten, which
yellds an Intense brilliancy at a low cost In shape and
slie the , bulb Js Just like any oier incandescent . lamp.
Why not try a Tungsten lamp for your self f Get one of the
40-watt and use It some, where Iq your house In place
of one of your carbon lamps. Then observe the great diff
erence. Note the clear white light exactly : twice as brH
lnt and costing yon one . fifth less for electricity. Gen '
eral electric Tungsten lamps are destined to "displace Jill
others, for both store and hoose lighting.
Eastern Oregon Light
And Power Company
C H. CRAWFORD.
" Attorney at Law.
Practices in all the courts of the (Ku
and United States.
Office In La Grande National Bank
Building, La Grande. Oregon.
Chas. a. Cochran Geo T. Cochra
COCHRAN ft COCHRAN.
La Grande National Bank Building.
La Grande Oregoa
, fVILLlAM M. jclAMSET.
4ttorney and Counsellor at Law.
w-u. ifi and 16 Sommer Block.
ren tbe Burrc , of
inusii dy and musical kin" ir
ten. Studio In the Mahaffey Bldg. .
Is hereby given, that the registra
tion book for the coming city elec:
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Come and compare our prices and
the quality of our goods with others
and satisfy yourself
C. Penning toe
tion will be open on January 25tk,
1910, at the office of the City Record
er and remain open during ' office
hours until March 4th, 1910.;
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1-24, 2-4 Recorder.
O..K. N. TIMETABLE
Wesi Boa id.
No. 9 Mall, ar. 10:50 p. m.
No. 6 Ic. its. ar 10:05 p m
No.. 7- Cht. cpl ar. 9:25 a m
.1 et Boand
No. 10 Me!l, ar. 5:30 a. m.
No. 6, local pa-, ar 9:25 tu rn
No. 8, Chi. epl. ar E:30 p. m.
Remember Carnation day.
Carnation day, instituted lh memo
ry of the martyred president, Will
iam Mc Klnley, was observed In a
measure in this city tlday. Several
carnations were In evidence. '
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